insights webinar

If you want others to open doors for you, it’s not enough to talk about your strengths. When you master the art of converting your strengths into insights, you add real power and impact to your professional identity. In this webinar, we address:

🟠 Examples of insights, why insights are more powerful than self-descriptive language

🟠 How to equip others to open doors for you

🟠 How self-worth enables you to move past the “Me Story”

🟠 Ways you can test and develop your own insights, e.g on social media

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P.S. as part of this webinar, we offer a one-off individual session to each participant. To book your time, simply go HERE 


Self Worth Academy CEO John Niland

John Niland is a professional speaker, as well as being a coach, author and guest lecturer at universities and professional associations. He works with professionals to be seen and valued in their work, by building a powerful professional identity rooted in self-worth.

Some of his key insights include:

  • Energising and re-inventing who we are at work—not just what we do
  • Fuelling professional life on self-worth rather than self-esteem
  • Leading self and others by developing their professional identity
  • Making professional life sustainable and enjoyable, enabling us to work to 75 and beyond
  • Raising the value of our work, as the basis of more opportunity and reward

In 2018, he established The Self-Worth Academy, a global network of professionals passionate about promoting self-worth (and self-awareness) as a foundation for life and work. 

John is the author of “The Self-Worth Safari”.  Previous books include “Hidden Value”, “Opportunity Conversations” and “The Courage to Ask” (co-authored with Kate Daly). He was a co-founder of the European Forum of Independent Professionals and previous CEO of Education for the Children, which works with families in Guatemala to break the cycle of poverty.